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Styx keyboardist shares stories about playing for Ronnie Hawkins ahead of June 19 AMP concert

When Styx keyboardist Lawrence Gowan comes to Arkansas, you can bet he’ll be thinking about one of Fayetteville’s favorite sons, Ronnie Hawkins. And he’s very happy to share stories about

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‘Gold’ on the road: Dierks Bentley still loves touring, songwriting and playing music

David Bowie once quipped, “I wouldn’t know a hit song if it slapped me in the face.” Dierks Bentley says that is a good quote. Since his career started in

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Collective Soul celebrates 30 with tour, new album

Will Turpin of Collective Soul is still processing his 30 years as a rock star. “We weren’t necessarily looking down the road for 30 years, we were always looking at

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Music floats: Strings on the Kings brings music festival experience to the river

Just pack your banjo, put on a life jacket and hop in a canoe! Strings on the Kings returns to Kings River Outfitters for the third year of the festival

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Sharing third spaces: HopOut and Haus of Untz curate multi-genre dance floor

While they may not listen to the same music, the people behind The HopOut and Haus of Untz are the same. So they decided to dance about it. While The

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Artosphere Orchestra says farewell with fan favorites

“When I first imagined Arkansas, I did not know what to expect,” Corrado Rovaris admitted in a 2017 interview. “Being from Italy, Northwest Arkansas was completely unknown. Now … I

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Fun on rotation: 360 Allstars bring urban circus to Artosphere

A supercharged urban circus is coming to town for this year’s Artosphere festival, but there are no tents, no elephants and no high wires. “We’re reinventing a traditional circus by

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Home Sweet Home fills Bentonville with music April 26-27

Jared Sears once went door to door looking for spaces to hosts concerts for City Sessions. Now people come to him hoping to have a concert in their living room.

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Schola Cantorum, NWA Ballet Theatre collaborate for ‘Carmina Burana’

The only imaginable word to describe the April 26-27 production of “Carmina Burana” is epic. The University of Arkansas’ premier choral group, Schola Cantorum, is performing all 25 movements of

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Jazz guitarist Jake Hertzog gathers top jazz, classical musicians for concerto’s debut

Jake Hertzog tried to capture the “poetry of the human experience” for his latest guitar concerto, so naturally he needed a lot of great musicians. For the premiere of “Anthropoesia: